Bloom wants UK upbringing for son

They have expressed their desire for an amicable separation but it seems *Miranda Kerr * and *Orlando Bloom * may soon clash on the best place to raise their three-year-old son *Flynn *.

Since splitting last year, the Australian supermodel and the British actor have insisted they would continue to put their son first and have even been seen on family outings.

But Bloom has now admitted he wants Flynn to have some experience "living at home, in England", a world away from the hustle and bustle of New York, where Kerr is currently based.

"I've lived a very nomadic life, which I enjoy. But now that I have my son it gets a lot more serious. I want to be in his life and have as much input and influence on his as I can," the 37-year-old explained to The Times Magazine.

Describing his break up from Kerr as "amicable", the Lord of the Rings hunk said the couple had done their best to stay together and there was "no harm, no foul" on either side.

Differences between what the pair wanted "from our lives, our work" had become a challenge, Bloom said, before adding his ex was "a very supportive and understanding woman".

"It's ever evolving, but I've said to her we're going to be in each other's lives for the rest of our lives and we have a child, so it's important to me that we respect each other as we always have and that Flynn feels that and understands that."

The West Australian

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